The actuarial profession has been ranked the second safest job in the US based on factors such as employment outlook and stress.
According to Careercast's annual top 10 safest jobs report, the annual median wage of an actuary is $93,680 (£60,000) - the third highest in the list. The profession also has the second highest projected growth of 26% by 2022.
The ranking is based on a number of factors such as the environment, employment outlook, income and stress. The website also looked at data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on work days missed due to injury or illness.
Actuaries were pipped to the number one spot by accountants, who enjoy an annual median wage of $63,500 (£40,721) and 13% projected employment growth by 2022.
Careercast said the environmental factors considered included hazards personally faced, perils faced by others working alongside and working conditions like toxicity and physical demands.
The role of executive assistant was ranked third, followed by historians and human resources managers.
Mathematicians, currently in sixth place, have the highest annual median wage of $101,360 (£65,028). Statisticians, ranked ninth, have the highest projected growth by 2022 of 27%.
By contrast, the most dangerous jobs were airline pilots, animal care workers and construction labourers.
Earlier this year the website also ranked the actuarial profession as the best job of 2015 out of 200 roles.
Top 10 safest jobs, with annual median wage and projected growth by 2022:
1. Accountant ($63,550, 13%)
2. Actuary ($93,680, 26%)
3. Executive assistant ($51,270, 17%)
4. Historian ($52,480, 6%)
5. Human resources manager ($99,720, 13%)
6. Mathematician ($101,360, 23%)
7. Medical records technician ($34,160, 22%)
8. Recreation worker ($22,240, 14%)
9. Statistician ($75,560, 27%)
10. Technical writer ($65,500, 15%)